April 2, 2012 in Mexico, there was a strong earthquake, which is the continuation of seismic activity after a major earthquake of magnitude 7.6, which occurred March 20, 2012.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the epicenter of the earthquake was located at a distance of 17 kilometers from the city Ometepek, Guerrero, at a depth of 12 kilometers. Although there are more than 280 aftershocks since the March 20, the new 6.3 earthquake is considered the largest. Tremors were felt hundreds of miles away in Mexico City, where people are in a panic began to run out of their homes. However, data on the damage were reported.
The U.S. Geological Survey considers Mexico to one of the countries most prone to seismic activity. National Seismological Service of Mexico's daily records about 7 tremors 3 and up.